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  2. Jeffrey R. Di Leo
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  1. Towards A Blue Humanity
  2. Ian Buchanan, Celina Jeffery
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  1. Open Endings: The Eastern North Pacific Gray Whale Unusual Mortality Event, 1999-2000
  2. Sophia M. A. Nicolov
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  1. Artistic Immersion: Towards an Oceanic Connectedness
  2. Celina Jeffery
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  1. Climate Change Goes Live, or Capturing Life? For a Blue Media Studies
  2. Bogna M. Konior
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  1. Surfing Between Blue Humanities and Blue Economies in Cantabria, Spain
  2. Daniel Wuebben, Juan José González-Trueba
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  1. Must We Eat Fish?
  2. Ian Buchanan
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  1. The Sea as Archive: Impressions of Qui Se Souvient De La Mer
  2. Donna Honarpisheh
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  1. Into the Dark Blue: A Medi(t)ation On The Oceans–Its Pain, Its Wonder, Its Wild, and Its Hope
  2. Jan Jagodzinski
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  1. Translating the Unconscious: Aleramo's and Delmar's A Woman
  2. Carol Mastrangelo Bové
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  1. What is Queer Translation?
  2. Nir Kedem
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  1. Addressing the Atomic Specter: Ginsberg'S "Plutonian Ode" and America's Nuclear Unconscious
  2. Kristin George Bagdanov
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  1. Theory Today in China: An Overview
  2. Hua Zhang
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  1. From Street Food to "Street-Level Feminism": Orhan Pamuk's A Strangeness in my Mind
  2. Pelin Kivrak
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  1. Who Sells Out Theory?
  2. Jeffrey R. Di Leo
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  1. Offering (Up) Theory
  2. John Mowitt
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  1. Resistances to Theory
  2. Brian O'Keeffe
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  1. Alchemies of Theory
  2. Nicole Simek
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  1. Reading Adorno by the Pool; or, Critical Theory in a Postcritical Era
  2. Robert T. Tally Jr.
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  1. On Not Selling Out the Subject
  2. Zahi Zalloua
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  1. Capital Theory and the Real World
  2. Peter Hitchcock
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  1. Introduction
  2. Daniel T. O'Hara
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  1. Bloom's Festival of Significance
  2. Agata Bielik-Robson
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  1. Harold Bloom's Possessed by Memory
  2. Robert L. Caserio
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  1. Dead Criticism
  2. Jeffrey R. Di Leo
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  1. Possessed by Sahitya
  2. Ranjan Ghosh
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  1. The Sight of Memory: Bloom's "Otherseeing" in Possessed by Memory
  2. Gina Masucci Mackenzie
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  1. The Pedagogy of the Aesthete: Oscar Wilde and Harold Bloom
  2. Daniel Rosenberg Nutters
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  1. The Privileged Moment in Bloom: Possessed By Memory: The Inward Light of Criticism
  2. Daniel T. O'Hara
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  1. A Book of Revelation
  2. Alan Singer
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  1. "The Fury and the Mire of Human Veins": On Bloom's "Endlessly Elaborating Poem"
  2. Chris Winkler
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  1. Harold Bloom Responds
  2. Harold Bloom
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  1. A Subterranean Althusser
  2. Ted Stolze
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  1. The Phantasms of Lionel Trilling
  2. Daniel T. O'Hara
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  1. On the Modifications of Clouds
  2. John Frow
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  1. Mixed Messages: The Religions of Modernism
  2. Allen Dunn
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  1. Utopian Trade: A Minimal Defense of Intellectual Exchange
  2. Christopher Breu
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  1. The Post-Literature World: A Note on the Future of Literature in the Neoliberal University
  2. Jeffrey R. Di Leo
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  1. Trading Literature
  2. Tom Eyers
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  1. Trading-In Literature, or Swapping It Out
  2. Robin Truth Goodman
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  1. It's All His Fault
  2. Sophia A. McClennen
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  1. Trading Well
  2. Nicole Simek
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  1. The Critic as Parasite
  2. H. Aram Veeser
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  1. Introduction: The Recent History of Theory
  2. Peter Melville Logan
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  1. Against Institution
  2. Tilottama Rajan
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  1. Theory and the Changing Forms of Institutional Prestige
  2. Amanda Anderson
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  1. Heyday
  2. Marjorie Garber
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  1. The Book History of Theory
  2. Jeffrey J. Williams
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  1. Theory as a Body of Work
  2. William Germano
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  1. How New Literary History Became a Theory Journal
  2. David R. Shumway
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  1. Response: The Institutional History of Theory and the Institutional History of Feminism
  2. Jane Gallop
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  1. Games, Things, and Theory: An Interview with Ian Bogost
  2. Jeffrey J. Williams
  3. pp. 469-485
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  1. Writing In-Between: An Interview with Amitava Kumar
  2. Jeffrey J. Williams
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  1. Why Theory?: Cultural Critique in Film and Television by Edward Tomarken (review)
  2. John V. Waldron
  3. pp. 505-507
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  1. The Price of Literature: The French Novel's Theoretical Turn by Patrick M. Bray (review)
  2. Brian O'Keeffe
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  1. Good Form: The Ethical Experience of the Victorian Novel by Jesse Rosenthal (review)
  2. Daniel Rosenberg Nutters
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  1. Mamas of Dada: Women of the European Avant-Garde by Paula K. Kamenish (review)
  2. Saskia Bultman
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  1. Henri Bergson by Vladimir Jankélévitch (review)
  2. Paul Atkinson
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  1. The Church and the Kingdom by Giorgio Agamben (review)
  2. Allen Dunn
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  1. Recoding World Literature: Libraries, Print Culture, and Germany's Pact with Books by B. Venkat Mani (review)
  2. Yunfei Bai
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  1. Gut Feminism by Elizabeth Wilson (review)
  2. Rita Mookerjee
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  1. Genre Theory and Historical Change: The Theoretical Essays of Ralph Cohen ed. by John L. Rowlett (review)
  2. Robert Kilpatrick
  3. pp. 526-528
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  1. Theory's Autoimmunity: Skepticism, Literature, and Philosophy by Zahi Zalloua (review)
  2. T. J. Martinson
  3. pp. 528-530
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  1. Unruly Rhetorics: Protests, Persuasion, and Publics ed. by Johnathan Alexander, Susan C. Jarratt, and Nancy Welch (review)
  2. Nadya Pittendrigh
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 537-545
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